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  • admin
    Keymaster
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    in reply to: Select a loop #6629 |

    Have a look at the Looping article on the Help Center.

    The A and B Sliders define the current selected region of the song.
    Navigate to a mark and Tap A and B to define the selected region to loop.

    You can long Tap the Loop button to enable AutoLoop which will move the A and B Sliders to the marks immediately surrounding the Playhead.

    Once a Loopmark is saved whenever you navigate to that mark the A and B sliders will automatically move to their postions.

    admin
    Keymaster
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    in reply to: Feature requests #6463 |

    Agreed. I have opened a feature request to design. Thank you for raising this request.

    admin
    Keymaster
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    Hi,

    Option-arrow is nudge for fine adjustments.

    Shift-arrow is the shortcut for the Replay and Skip
    he buttons on either side of the Play button.
    These values are configurable in Preferences > Durations

    You can see the keyboard shortcuts in Anytune Mac menu > Help > Keyboard Short Cuts

    support.anytune.app
    or
    http://files.anytune.us/Documentation/Anytune-Keyboard-Shortcuts.pdf

    admin
    Keymaster
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    Hi,

    OK, so you created an Anytune Playlist consisting of songs in your music library (iTunes). You then use RX-7 to modify the song while in iTunes. When you play the song in iTunes it is correct, but when played from the Anytune playlist it is the completely wrong song (not just the version previous to the edit but a different title).

    Your assessment of index corruption sounds plausible. Anytune uses a unique ID first and then matches its config record by Title, Artist, Album, duration if the ID changes (usually when meta data changes). Not sure what happens when RX-7 overwrites a file under iTunes management.

    If you change the Title, Artist, Album, in iTunes after the config is created in Anytune you may need to correct the pointer to the audio file.

    In Anytune Right-Click on the song and choose Get Info,
    You can use [Change Audio File…] to select the correct audio file if things go awry.

    iTunes is funny when it comes to editing files in the iTunes folder. For example you can rename the file or even move it to a different place and iTunes will find it. RX-7 may handle this.

    Anytune could get confused when a playlist has duplicate songs. In fact iTunes doesn’t like duplicate songs in its library either. in iTunes > File > Library > Find Duplicate Items…

    I would love to be able to reproduce the problem in the lab. This would give us the best shot and finding the source of the problem and finding a solution.

    Can you please send us an email at [email protected]. This will trigger a case opening so we can pursue it further.

    In the meantime try [Change Audio File…] to select the correct audio file. Would really like to find any bugs.

    admin
    Keymaster
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    in reply to: Export playlists #5816 |

    Yes we agree. We do have multiple file export and related enhancements on the list.

    admin
    Keymaster
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    Thanks you for taking the time to provide feedback. We have had some similar requests and are working to improve the user interface to coincide with iOS 13 update.

    admin
    Keymaster
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    in reply to: Export playlists #5776 |

    Currently you can share music data (including playlists, settings, marks, notes, …) across your devices with a Restore action. See Sharing song data (configs). This does not include the song files unless they are in your Device’s Music Library or the iCloud Music Library.

    First you need to sync (and download) the same songs to all your devices through iTunes sync (USB or WiFi), using the iCloud Music Library, or manually importing the songs into Anytune. See Sharing songs across devices.

    Once the songs are copied to the target device, in Anytune:

    1. Tap the Cloud
    2. Choose ,
    3. Restore All. T o restore all data to the target device.

    Anytune plays songs directly from your music library. Anytune cannot add, delete or modify songs in your device’s library. 

    When you import a song directly into Anytune (using Record, Open-In, WiFi, Email, Files, Dropbox,  …) the audio file is stored in Anytune.  You must Export these songs to a location accessible to your other device.  

    Keep songs in a Dropbox or iCloud folder accessible to all your devices and import them into Anytune when you want to play them. 

    See support.anytune.app.

    admin
    Keymaster
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    in reply to: Export playlists #5749 |

    Anytune will honour iTunes (Apple Music) set lists if the playlists are defined and the audio files are in your device’s music library or synced to your device.

    Since you have placed them in iCloud the songs will need to be imported into Anytune, create Anytune Playlists and share them across your devices.

    See Folders and Playlists.

    You can share music data (including settings, marks, and set lists (Anytune Playlists)) across your devices with a Restore action. See Sharing song data (configs). This does not include the song files.

    First you need to sync (and download) the same songs to all your devices through iTunes sync (USB or WiFi), using the iCloud Music Library, or manually importing the songs into Anytune. See Sharing songs across devices.

    Once the songs are copied to the target device, in Anytune:

    1. Tap the Cloud
    2. Choose ,
    3. Restore All. To restore all data to the target device.

    See https://support.anytune.app or anytune.app/contact-us.

    admin
    Keymaster
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    Please open a request to us so we can track the issue. See Report a problem on iPhone, iPad, iPod touch (iOS).

    Please tell us the detailed steps you are performing. Sending us a screen capture or recording of the problem could be very helpful. See How to record the screen on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. You can send large files to our Dropbox folder: https://www.dropbox.com/request/71WdeiwmQMsq8Sw1Iy8W

    How are you skipping the song.? Are you displaying Lyrics, or have you identified the problem happens when a song has lyrics? When the next song plays the start is missing the audio÷

    admin
    Keymaster
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    in reply to: Feature requests #5580 |

    We have thought about a STEM player, which mixing and of course BlueTooth pedal support. We have a long list of features we would love to add. Thanks for the suggestions.

    admin
    Keymaster
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    Hi Miles, Sorry for the delay, the message was SPAMMED heavily I don’t know why people spam forums.

    Please reach out through Email to [email protected]. If you send me the file I can have a look.

    You do need to import the config and restore it

    Also have a look at Sharing song data (configs)

    Also see Copying Marks to a Different Song http://forums.anytune.us/forums/reply/4802

    admin
    Keymaster
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    `Make sure you don’t have PlayNext click the Play Next enabled by mistake.

    Look at the bottom left. When you press arrows do you see “Play Next”.

    Disable Play Next with the N key, Anytune menu > Marks > Play Next, or click the Play Next button in the Marks pane.

    See PlayNext to rearrange in real-time

    admin
    Keymaster
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    The Trial is almost fully functional, but it does not include exporting files. It also does not include connecting to iCloud. iCloud is to share an Anytune config from one device to another.

    You can also share configs (Settings, Marks, Lyrics, Notes, …) with others.

    See support.anyyune.app

    admin
    Keymaster
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    Anytune playlists (See Playlists and folders) can include songs imported directly into Anytune AND songs played from your iTunes or iCloud Music Library. Anytune playlist definitions are part of Anytune’s Config and can be shared across your devices using iCloud. See Sharing song data (configs).

    You can restore a playlist definition from one device to another if the songs in the playlist are available to Anytune. The songs must be in your device’s music library or imported directly into Anytune.

    See Sharing songs across devices

    admin
    Keymaster
    Post count: 16

    Anytune playlists (See Playlists and folders) can include songs imported directly into Anytune AND songs played from your iTunes or iCloud Music Library. Anytune playlist definitions are part of Anytune’s Config and can be shared across your devices using iCloud. See Sharing song data (configs).

    You can restore a playlist definition from one device to another if the songs in the playlist are available to Anytune. The songs must be in your device’s music library or imported directly into Anytune.

    See Sharing songs across devices

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